Correct Food Combining Chart

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High-Starch
grains
pastas
rice
corn
potato (all)
turnip
squash
parsnip
beet
carrots
eggplant
avocado

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Non-Starch Vegetables
(high-water content)
aspargus
broccoli
brussel sprouts
cabbage
cauliflower
celery, chives
cucumber
kale, kohlrabi
leeks
leafy greens
onions
peppers (all)
parsley, radishes
zucchini
watercress
green beans
artichokes
sea vegetables
dandelion greens
endive, okra
swiss chard
 

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High-Protein
(concentrated)
beans
legumes
fish
poultry
wild game
meat (all)
seafood
seeds
nuts
dairy products

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Fruits
apple
apricot
banana
berries
cherry
date
lemon*
grapefruit*
melons (all)*
mango
nectarine
pineapple
papaya
peach
pear
plum
tomatoe*
fig
orange*

* Citrus fruits and melons often do not mix well with other fruits. May best be eaten alone.
 
 

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High-Starch Non-Starch Vegetables
(high-water content)
High-Protein
(concentrated)
Fruits

grains
pastas
rice
corn
potato (all)
turnip
squash
parsnip
beet
carrots
eggplant
avocado
aspargus
broccoli
brussel sprouts
cabbage
cauliflower
celery, chives
cucumber
kale, kohlrabi
leeks
leafy greens
onions
peppers (all)
parsley, radishes
zucchini
watercress
green beans
artichokes
sea vegetables
dandelion greens
endive, okra
swiss chard
beans
legumes
fish
poultry
wild game
meat (all)
seafood
seeds
nuts
dairy products
apple
apricot
banana
berries
cherry
date
lemon*
grapefruit*
melons (all)*
mango
nectarine
pineapple
papaya
peach
pear
plum
tomatoe*
fig
orange*
* Citrus fruits and melons often do not mix well with other fruits. May best be eaten alone.
 
 

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